Recently, Anja from Alphamale Styling, and I got together to discuss how guys can make a great first impression when they meet a girl. As one of Toronto's best men's style consultants, Anja's word is gospel and I'm super excited to have been able to chat with her on the topic! Anja: Looking great goes … Continue reading The Date is in The Details: the first things women notice about men
Many classic fashion and style trends have their roots in youth subculture. The mod culture of the 1960s, the punks of the 1970s, hip hop culture of the 1980s... the list goes on. The clothing choices that were adopted by their members remain a significant indicator of those subcultures and many of these styles have … Continue reading Why I still Wear “Skate” Clothes
Building a wardrobe full of great looking pieces is only half the battle.
Let’s be real—the job market for young professionals doesn’t seem fantastic right now. Use your style to make sure you're not another statistic.
The road to being well dressed is paved with questionable fashion intentions.
This week's Full Coverage takes a look at a 90's heavyweight that cleaned up at the 1996 Grammy Awards. Seal's Kiss From A Rose was an instant classic and still gets lots of love almost 2 decades after its initial release. Takes me back, you?
I'm sure I'm not alone in saying that when it was announced that HBO`s How to Make it in America was not going to be renewed for a third season I was pretty upset. But almost one and a half years after the last episode aired I have come to terms with the show's cancellation … Continue reading HBO’s How To Make it in America Can Finally Rest in Peace
It is often refreshing to come across uniquely and freely structured media organizations that exist in the shadows of major media institutions. This is particularly true when we consider the proliferation of content production on the internet diligently working to cast light on the areas the majors won't dare to go. Certainly, the affordances provided … Continue reading Alternative Media Hot Seat: The Dominion and Media Co-op
What began as a way of voicing a growing displeasure over actions of the Canadian government, Idle No More has grown into a nationwide political movement that shows little sign of slowing down. Idle No More gained steam at the beginning of December, 2012 when four Canadian women took to social media sites Facebook and … Continue reading IDLE NO MORE: An Alternative Movement in the Mainstream
Just like most of the other overnight viral videos, memes and social media firestorms that come and go faster than your memory after 8 shots of whiskey, eventually we wake-up one morning and ask ourselves "was this really my favourite thing on the internet for the last week/month/however long?" Now I'll be the first person … Continue reading The Harlem Shake Hangover